Playing with Adventure
Attaching ourselves to the outcome is what generates fear. “What if I miss?” “What if I score?” In order to get rid of persistent fear, we must stop asking ourselves what if questions. We must learn to accept that the only thing that we can control is our efforts. So, that is what we should focus on.
The Power of Knowing What Not to Do
It can be far more important to know what not to do with your athletes than it is to know what to do, in order to improve their performance.
You Fear Rejection? Then S&C is the Wrong Industry for You
So, what do you do when that happens? You accept it, deal with it in a healthy way. Take any learnings that can be taken from it and move forward.
Knowledge is Power
Those that genuinely care, will always keep in mind the long-term development of their clients, as well as the long-term impact that they, themselves, can have on them.
I Don’t Know It All
The experienced coach may not be certain often, but they will be certain of one thing, and that is, that they know very little for certain.
Why Confidence is Key in Sports Performance
They say that confidence is key. Whether you’re approaching a member of your desired sex, presenting to an audience, stepping on-stage or taking a penalty
Breathwork: Why It’s So Hot Right Now
It’s the health and fitness industry’s newest fad. Everywhere you look, you’ll see someone either practicing meditation, performing some strength exercises with a fancy type
Put a “Value” on Your Health
“See, the truth is, people absolutely love free stuff, but they don’t value it. By giving all this stuff away for free, the only person that you’re truly serving is yourself.”
The Importance of Having “The Craic”
Elite performance occurs when both the mind and body are working optimally as one. Likewise, when one is not operating at its maximum, it can have an adverse effect on the other.
Reasonable Return to Play Will Win This Year’s Championship
Strength & Conditioning social media will be bombarded with posts on Return to Play (RTP) for GAA in the coming weeks. Though these accounts are
Just Because You Can, Doesn’t Mean You Should
In strength & conditioning, sport science and sports development programs, as in any industry, we have a tendency to go along with the latest trend,
“Forwards That Play Like Backs”: The Simile That Just Won’t Die
Following impressive displays by both Codie Taylor and Ardie Savea last weekend in Super Rugby Aotearoa, a number of online analysts have been describing them
Why On-Pitch S&C is More Valuable Than The Gym
Ok, first let me get started by addressing the title of this article. Yes, I know that it’s impossible to quantify and compare the value